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Assuming that the wheel continues with the same constantangular acceleration, what would its angular displacement beover the next 10 -s interval (i.e., between 10 $\mathrm{s}$ and 20 $\mathrm{s} )$ ?A. 0 radB. 300 $\mathrm{rad}$C. 450 $\mathrm{rad}$D. 600 $\mathrm{rad}$

correct option: (D)

Physics 101 Mechanics

Chapter 9

Rotational Motion

Physics Basics

Rotation of Rigid Bodies

Dynamics of Rotational Motion

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In this problem, we have to calculate the angular displacement of the vein or the given interval of the time that this angular displacement is theta. In order to solve this problem, let me write the equation: theta equals to omega. I t plus 1 by 2. Alpha t square: let's call it equation: 1. Now setting the values into this equation. We will get theta equals to 30 radiant per second into 10 seconds, plus 1 by 2 into 6 radiant per second square into 10 seconds whole square. So this will give us the equals to 600 radiant. This is the answer of all question. Thank you.

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